Some products are very brightening but don't brighten at all or they are very mild brightening. This will cause discoloration or discoloration, which I call redness or chipping. Some products will cause discoloration but will not result in discoloration, which is called non-brightening. I will list the different kinds of brightening to help you choose the one that is right for you.
Diphenhydramine (Benadryl or Advil) Diphenhydramine is a commonly prescribed drug for lightening teeth, and as I mentioned, it is safe to take. It is a fast acting and very safe agent to use for lightening teeth. However, it is also one of the most dangerous drugs for teeth. This drug will give you a lot of side effects, including dry mouth, dry mouth, toothache, bad breath, and more. It will also increase your risk of gum infections, which is why it is not used as often as you may think it should be. However, if it was your first time taking this drug, you may want to try it out first. This drug will be a good way to see if it works for your teeth. Diphenhydramine is a prescription drug that is used to treat moderate to severe cases of dry mouth, as well as severe cases of gum disease.